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Old June 20th, 2014, 03:00 PM
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Peak Design Camera Clip

I came across this company a while back and have purchased their camera clip a couple of months ago. I just love this simple little attachment. What it does is attaches to your backpack shoulder strap and you lock in the camera with a tripod mount that they make that fits their mount and your tripod. I used to always carry my camera on a strap around my neck, meaning it's always bouncing while walking. This little device stops all that. Yes I still have my camera strap on as I still use it too. But it's the only thing on the market that I found that doesn't hog the tripod mounting screw hole. I use my tripod 95% of the time and couldn't possibly give it up. They also sell a GoPro mount that fits into the clip, I've got one but haven't tried it out yet. I absolutely love this product, check it out, it might just work for you too.

https://peakdesignltd.com/store/?c=clips

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